Great tasting cookie! I used granny smith apples which I grated. I used all butter, added in chopped walnuts and both regular and golden raisins. I added ½ tsp. of baking powder and ½ tsp. of baking soda in place of the 1 teaspoon of baking soda. I mixed the dough and dropped a Tablespoon onto the cookie sheet then placed it into the oven. The first batch of cookies turned dark brown on the edges and underneath the cookies while it was still baking, so I lowered the temperature to 375 and baked for 10 minutes. The rest of the cookies came out fine baking a round shape. I baked 39 cookies. There was a wonderful scent of apples, raisins and cinnamon filling up my house! I made the glaze and chilled it while all the cookies cooled. I couldn’t wait for the cookie to cool so I ate one while it was still warm. The cookie was soft and chewy with a “slight” crispy edge. In each mouthful I could taste the apples, the plump sweet raisins and walnuts, which gave the cookies a nice texture. The apples, walnuts raisins with the combination of spices all made for a wonderful cookie! I did notice that when I ate another cookie with the glaze that it had “softened” and was no longer crispy on the edges. It was still soft, chewy and great tasting! The cookie has a "muffin-like" texture. The glaze is not overly sweet and adds a nice touch to the cookies. Overall this is a lovely, nicely spiced soft, moist and chewy cookie.
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Great tasting cookie! I used granny smith apples which I grated. I used all butter, added in...